Towards the end of the nineties when the Y2K concern was approaching and companies were upgrading their ERP systems, NAZDAQ was established in the city of Nazareth to fill a need of providing freedom in preparing and presenting Baan data.
After working for many years with the Baan ERP system in the US and Israel, Bader Mansour – NAZDAQ’s founder - identified the need for a tool that would convert the data from Baan to the office environment. In 1999, after 5 years working in the Silicon Valley in the U.S., Bader returned to his home town of Nazareth and started NAZDAQ. His vision was to provide Baan add-ons that would enable e-mailing, faxing, archiving, and printing documents such as Purchase Orders and Invoices, and would allow an easy way to convert reports to Excel, Word, PDF HTML and XML. He also wanted to develop other solutions that would cover areas of document management, reporting and notification.
Today, after 15 years, the NAZDAQ tools can support Baan, ERP LN and webtop and are installed on hundreds of servers in more than 60 countries around the world. They are used daily by users to automate transfer of Baan reports into front-office applications as well as automating business processes.